Because you like Jason Bourne in The Bourne Identity
Ron Burgundy is a news anchor who signs off with "Stay classy, San Diego" or whatever his teleprompter says. Bonus: he plays the jazz flute. See them in Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy.
With an undeniable sense of adventure, Huck Finn is an expert at getting into and, more importantly, out of sticky situations. See them in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
A suave proprietor of an upscale nightclub and gambling den, Rick Blaine is dealing with World War II and a broken heart. See them in Casablanca.
A hardboiled 1940s detective, Cole Phelps is haunted by his past in World War II. See them in L.A. Noire.
Stranded on Mars, Mark Watney is armed with quick wits, an electronic diary, disco music, and an undying resolve to make it back. See them in The Martian.
A good-natured and academically minded superhero, Dan Dreiberg can still get his hands dirty in a fight. See them in Watchmen.
John Tyree has survived heavy gunfire and aggressive enemy soldiers. But can he handle a girl? See them in Dear John.
Ishmael is a quiet observer on a larger-than-life quest. See them in Moby Dick.
Riggan Thomson is a washed-up movie star running from his inner demons. Alas those inner demons look just like the superhero he used to play. See them in Birdman.
Steve Stifler is more than just a dude with a hot mom. He's also rude, profane, and obnoxious. See them in American Pie.
Accessing more than 10 percent of your brain can do strange things to anyone, and Lucy is Exhibit A. See them in Lucy.
After surviving a CIA mission that was supposed to kill him, ex-military man John Reese bets it all on a chance to redeem himself. See them in Person of Interest.